Thursday, December 31, 2015

Ralph Lauren Jacket

I recently invested in three Ralph Lauren Jackets at Dillard's. I wore one of them on Wednesday for our date night.






The classic herringbone pattern nods to menswear. The silver sweater is from Chico's earlier this year. The Versace scarf is from Saks Off 5th. The Ralph Lauren bag is from T.J.Maxx. 





The French Connection booties are from Saks Off 5th. (I hate socks!) The awesome black jeans are by French Dressing Jeans.





It rained today so my hair is a mess of curls. I visited my beloved stylist on this day. (Thank you, Myra!) It is wonderful to trust someone so much that I can sit down in her chair and relax with a glass of wine and say "Do what needs to be done." I also shopped (it's research!) a bit while I was there. I will show you what I bought later. The Charlemont salon and boutique are located in a 100-year-old home in Kingsport, TN. Brilliant!






Do you play with pattern mixing? Keeping the colors similar and the patterns small helps to keep the look from being too jarring.






I was a serious tomboy as a child growing up on a farm, so I have always been drawn to classic menswear blazers. That may be part of the appeal of Ralph Lauren pieces. He takes a menswear-influenced jacket and makes it feminine and timeless.




Mr. Mickey showed up in the perfect color coordinated look. We did not plan this!




We wish you a safe and happy New Year's celebration!



Thank you for joining us on this wonderful journey through midlife and beyond. The second fifty years are truly the best!


Susan Street is the President of VintageJewelrySupplies.com.

Represented by Talent Trek Agency in Knoxville TN.

Visit me on Twitter.
Visit me on Pinterest.
Visit me on Polyvore.

14 comments:

Andrea said...

You look fabulous as always! I really like the blazer, something I would be automatically drawn to. In fact, I bought a very similar blazer when I was in Germany. And pattern mixing keeps things interesting. Great look! I can't do heels since I have a permanently injured ankle, and I always admire your most fabulous heels!

Wishing you a healthy & happy 2016!

Judy said...

Happy New Year Susan to you and Mr. Mickey!

Canuck-Girl said...

Happy New Year to you and Mr. Mickey; wishing you health, wealth and happiness throughout 2016! I love this look on you. Beautiful pieces; classic and classy.

Pam @ over50feeling40 said...

Great jacket...you are set to ring in the New Year in Style! I have to be careful when I walk into Dillards...I always find something I love...and it looks like you did really well!

Rosebeme said...

Beautiful as always. This look is perfect on you.

Viv said...

Happy New Year, absolutely love your blog looking forward to many more in 2016.

Jan Maier said...

Happy New Year to you both..you win the Bet Looking Couple Award for sure!!!

Linda Lee said...

Susan...you look stunning and Mr Mickey looks quite dashing! Great looking couple! I wish you both the very best in the new year!

Linda Lee said...

Susan...you look fabulous and Mr Mickey looks quite dashing! I wish you both the very best in the new year! Love following your blog!

Diane Tough said...

You both look stylish and ready for fun! Have a great New Year's Eve celebration . Best wishes to you both in the New Year!

Susan Goins said...

Susan,
Love the blazer. You look great as usual and Mr. Mickey looks very handsome too! Happy New Year's!

belles53 said...

Lovely lady, classy outfit and handsome couple. Happy New Year!

Lynn Marsh said...

You and Mr. Micky are such a stylish couple. Love a man in a sweater. Happy New Year to you both as well Susan.

Shelley Zurek -- Still Blonde after all these YEARS said...

oh How I love Herringbone. It's the most classic of the classics. I still weep for the day I lost my vintage Harris tweed herringbone trench coat.